Concurrent and second baccalaureate degrees
In order to complete a second baccalaureate degree or concurrent degree, students must earn at least 30 unique credit hours applied toward the requirements for each major's degree.
Specific combinations of degrees may be deemed noncompatible. Refer to the PDF below for a list of noncompatible degree combinations.
Pursuing a concurrent degree in The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences requires approval. In order to request pursuit of a concurrent degree, students must have completed at least 30 credit hours, have completed at least one fall or spring semester at Arizona State University and have a minimum GPA of 2.00. Students should visit The College's concurrent degree checklist and the concurrent degrees approval process webpage for more information on pursuing a concurrent degree.
Second baccalaureate degree
A second baccalaureate degree may be pursued after conferral of a first degree. The student seeking a second baccalaureate degree must meet admission criteria for that degree and complete a minimum of 30 new resident credit hours used toward the requirements for the second major.